Touch Of Gray, Greatest Story Ever Told, Peggy-O, The Same Thing, Friend Of The Devil, Easy Answers, So Many Roads, Promised Land Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Estimated Prophet-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> All Along The Watchtower-> Attics Of My Life-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
SBD>??>DAT>CDR; See info file for edit notes and suggestion of a possible MC in the lineage; via Randy Perkins; Seeded to Etree by T. Wiley
First night of the 3 day run. This is a very nice show and the quality is great. The second set has an above average setlist and the boys were playing well. I recommend all 3 Shoreline shows from this run. Enjoy!
April 6, 2005 Subject:
If you listen to this show and start getting nervous while listening to touch of grey, fear not! The big boy's vocals and playing on that tune are sloppy but nothing from there on is bad. Nice first set with yet another Amazing so many roads.(seems like we all keep saying that). second set is money with the big 4 before drums. Some tech troubles after space, but nothing that should deter you from this one.
January 20, 2005 Subject:
Forgotten gem from 1993
Great gift for my 20th show. The So Many Roads is intense, the Scarlet>Fire wonderfully engaging and the rock and roll is rocking. Great sound quality, everyone in the band seems to be happy to be playing. Get it.
November 7, 2004 Subject:
An excellent night of music. The energy was there from the start and the Boyz brought a really tight, sharp first set. The "So Many Roads" cooked. With Jerry really getting into the strong lyrical end and punching his fist to the air. That just feed a ROCKIN' "Promised Land." The Boyz just jammed it out and out. Strong finish to a really great first set. Second set, WOW! The whole second set is great. The only bad thing I remember is the sound during sections of the second set, especially during "Attics." It seems like the sound was trying to be to loud and came out distorted at times. But, even then great second set, and a good LOOSE "Lucy in the Sky" with Phil giving the "let's round up it" signal by swirling his arm above and around his head. Not the tightest version, but a great closer to a really great show.
August 8, 2004 Subject:
Cool Bay Area Evening - Crisp Guitarwork
I attended this show. I don't remember how good it sounded until listening to shn. Very good sound quality.
It was cold that evening, and I remember the really nice scarlet fire. All songs are played quite well, and the guitar work from Jerry, Bob, and Phil comes accross as being crisp and clean.
A good copy for the collection for the most part. After drumz, every song has some interference. Also, Lucy in the Sky is cut off near the end.
I give it four stars more for the performance, although the sound quality on the most part is superior.
May 26, 2004 Subject:
Great Versions Of Everything
Every version of every song played at this show was phenomenal. I will admit, the recording has a few minor glitches but they don't take away from the overall greatness of this show as a whole. You will not regret downloading this one. Very beautiful.